Tag Archives: halloween

Charlie Brown Halloween

I’m baaaack!  I look a little break to, you know, have a baby.  I have made a lot of really great cookies, but this little boy is absolutely the best thing I have ever made. He is fat and funny and I’m just nuts about him. Read more…

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gingerbread halloween

Maybe it’s just me, but this election year has been scarier and more haunting than the most bone-chilling Halloween ghouls.  It has been so dark and creepy that I’m opting for cute Halloween cookies this year.  I think I found the right mix of fun and adorable (and easy!) for this tutorial.  Read more…

quoth the raven…

I couldn’t finish my Halloween cookies without at least ONE bad joke! Read more…

antique halloween

Today is my birthday.  I’m in my thirties; I don’t need to reveal how deep into my fourth decade I am, but deep enough that every birthday hurts just a little more (I mean literally; there are aches.)  What do aging aching cookiers do for their birthdays?  Cue up all the best NPR podcasts and cookie all day. Read more…

once upon a midnight dreary

I am still playing around with my new airbrush.  For my final set of 2014 Halloween cookies, I used it to create a neat antique effect.   Read more…

boo!

I have a new cookie toy!  My husband gave me an airbrush system for my birthday.  I spent the last two weeks playing with it and trying to figure it out. Read more…

cute quickie cookies

Need to make cute cookies in a hurry?  Or cookies simple enough to make with kids? Many of the cookies on this blog are time-consuming and complicated.  Some are very time-consuming.  But today I am sharing a set of cookies that I wouldn’t ordinarily post on the blog: quickie cookies.  Read more…

black cats and Red Sox

My attention has been seriously divided between the World Series, home renovations, baking cookies in my new kitchen, and a pretty massive work load.  Sleep and Nate would love to make it onto that list.  Sorry, Nate.

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haunted by mitt romney

The quality of my baking is directly proportional to the quantity of my work stress.  The consumption of sweets in my office is inversely proportional to Democrats’ political fortunes.   Read more…